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The Sarah McAbee Show

The Sarah McAbee Show is a stirring celebration of American values and resilience, where Sarah fearlessly champions noble causes, uncovers truths, and spreads joy with her unwavering dedication to making a positive impact on the nation's future. Tune in for inspiring stories and advocacy that exemplify the spirit of America.


Election Integrity and Conservative Voices: A Conversation with Debbie Matthews

Debbie Matthews, Chair of the Conservative Republicans of Murray County, discusses her views on politics, the election, and the conservative movement. She emphasizes the need for Americans to be vigilant and ensure fair and free elections. Matthews also talks about her podcast, the Debbie Matthews Show, and the importance of conservative voices in the media. She shares her plans for the conservative Republicans club, including hosting speakers like Kyle Rittenhouse. Matthews highlights the significance of conservative women in politics and the growing support for the populist movement. Debbie Matthews shares her journey from being a music publisher to becoming a successful realtor and political commentator. She discusses the importance of faith and trusting God's redirect in life. Debbie emphasizes the need to protect conservative values and the importance of the upcoming 2024 election. She also highlights the media's role in shaping public opinion and the need for alternative sources of information. Debbie encourages listeners to speak their truth and share their experiences to make a difference.


"Let's Go Brandon" Caller to Joe Biden During Christmas

In this podcast episode featuring Amanda Schmeck, listeners delve into the tumultuous events that unfolded after her husband, Jared, had a controversial phone call with Joe Biden in 2021. Amanda, a dedicated stay-at-home mom of four who took on homeschooling amid COVID-19 restrictions, recounts how their family was thrust into the national spotlight overnight. Following Jared's now-infamous remark, "Let's go Brandon," and Biden's unexpected response, the Schmeck family faced a deluge of harassment: from death threats and hate mail to attempts to sabotage their business and tarnish Jared's law enforcement career. Despite the adversity, Amanda shares their decision not to back down, highlighting their resilience in the face of intense public scrutiny and personal attacks.


Incarcerated: Brandon Fellows' Experience

Brandon Fellows shares his experiences as a January 6th defendant and his time in prison. He discusses his reasons for attending the January 6th rally, the conditions he faced while incarcerated, and the broken prison system. He also talks about his legal defense, representing himself in court, and receiving a contempt of court charge. Brandon believes that the 1512 charge will be overturned and discusses the support he has received from the public. He concludes by sharing his social media handles and a donation link for those who want to support him.


Journalism in the Spotlight: Steve Baker's Story

Journalist Steve Baker reflects on his journey from musician to investigative reporter, delving into his coverage of January 6th at the Capitol. He explores the profound impact of COVID-19 on his career pivot towards political analysis, highlighting the challenges and discrepancies he encountered in law enforcement testimonies. Baker passionately advocates for media accountability, warns against false narratives, and underscores the erosion of First Amendment rights. Join him as he calls for fair treatment of journalists and support for uncovering the truth.


Beyond Party Lines: Prioritizing Policy with Seth Campbell 

Seth Campbell, a registered Democrat with conservative views, shares his political journey and the importance of individuality in politics. He emphasizes the need to prioritize policy over party and to question and research issues before making decisions. Seth also discusses the lack of due process in the aftermath of the January 6th events and the need for fair trials and accountability. He encourages individuals to stay true to their beliefs while fostering productive dialogue and collaboration.


Injustice Behind Bars: The Journey of Barry Ramey w/ Desiree Rowland

Desiree Rowland shares her perspective on her fiancé Barry Ramey's journey as a January 6th defendant through the justice system. She discusses Barry's harsh treatment during arrest and in prison, the challenges they faced finding legal help, and how the ordeal has tested their faith in justice. Desiree emphasizes the need for prison reform, advocates for inmate rights, and highlights disparities in legal outcomes for Capitol breach cases. She stresses the importance of public support for families like hers and encourages resilience in the face of adversity.


The Power of Faith: Luke Coffee's Stand for Justice on January 6th

Luke Coffee, a January 6th defendant, shares his journey from media industry realization of propaganda to spiritual awakening, confronting fear-based narratives. He discusses church leadership, urging men to stand for truth in Jesus, despite personal cost. Luke recounts his Capitol experience and legal battles, criticizing media misrepresentation and advocating for justice. He emphasizes storytelling's power in exposing truth and guiding others to faith.


Beyond the Front Lines: Gabriel Garcia's Battle at Home

Gabriel Garcia, a retired U.S. Army captain, shares his experiences serving in the military and the challenges he has faced after attending the Trump rally on January 6th, 2021. He discusses the impact of his military career on his life and his concerns about the current state of the military. Gabriel also expresses his frustration with the treatment of veterans and the prioritization of foreign aid over taking care of veterans in America. He talks about the injustices he has faced since January 6th, including being banned from certain services and losing his businesses. Despite these challenges, Gabriel has founded the One for Six movement to empower others and bring about change. He emphasizes the importance of voting and political engagement in order to take back the country and hold the government accountable.


Save Our Heroes: A Beacon of Hope w/ Lisa Silva

Lisa Silva shares her journey from serving in the Air Force to advocating for falsely accused and wrongfully convicted service members. She discusses the challenges, emotional toll, and the need for justice within the military justice system. Her organization, Save Our Heroes, aims to provide support and resources for those in need. Lisa's story is a testament to resilience and unwavering determination.


The Impact of Military Prosecutions and Media Bias w/ Christin Slough

Christin Slough shares her remarkable journey of resilience and redemption after her husband and three other men were wrongfully convicted. The conversation delves into the events that led to the wrongful conviction, the impact on their lives, and the process of rebuilding after the ordeal. Christin Slough shares her journey of proving innocence and securing a presidential pardon, the challenges faced, and the lessons learned. She also discusses community involvement and activism, empowering women, and the power of hope and resilience.


The Impact of Big Tech Censorship on Small Businesses w/ James Staake

James Staake, owner of Your American Flag Store, shares his experience of being targeted by big tech censorship. He explains how PayPal froze his funds and Facebook and Shopify restricted his business, specifically targeting flags related to Trump, the military, first responders, and Christianity. James believes that these actions expose the bias of big tech and their opposition to American values. He discusses the need for legislation to prevent debanking, ensure fair treatment on social media platforms, and allow lawsuits against tech companies in local jurisdictions. James encourages people to support his business by purchasing flags and contacting their representatives to advocate for anti-cancel culture legislation.


Unity in the Face of Authoritarianism: Protecting the Constitution w/ David Sumrall

David Sumrall, founder of, discusses his journey, activism, and the truth about Jan 6th. He highlights the role of storytelling in combating hate and sheds light on censorship challenges. The conversation delves into shocking revelations about Jan 6th events, emphasizing the importance of unity and education in the face of increasing authoritarianism. Don't miss this eye-opening discussion.


Make Honey Great Again: Supporting Charities and America First w/ Todd Gerhart

Todd Gerhardt, co-founder of Make Honey Great Again, shares his journey and the mission of his company. They produce a bottle of honey featuring Donald Trump and donate the majority of their profits to various charities. Todd discusses the importance of supporting America First programs and the need for election reform. He highlights the challenges faced by law enforcement and the efforts to provide mental health support for police officers. Todd emphasizes the role of everyday Americans in fighting for justice and preserving the values of America. He encourages people to get involved and support causes that align with their beliefs.


From Patriots to Prisoners: Inside the January 6th Trials w/ Mark and Jalise Middleton

Mark and Jalise Middleton, founders of American Patriot Relief, discuss their January 6th experience, including biased trials and media portrayal. Despite challenges, they're fighting for justice and supporting fellow defendants. 


The Importance of Reading and Understanding the Constitution w/ Joni Bryan

Joni Bryan, founder of the 917 Society, shares her journey of promoting constitutional education, targeting eighth graders. She discusses challenges like lack of funding and awareness, as well as her proudest accomplishment—building relationships with supporters who share her passion. The conversation underscores the importance of teaching the Constitution, the erosion of constitutional knowledge, and the role of the 917 Society in providing free constitutions and organizing events. It encourages individuals to donate, volunteer, and get involved.


Defending Free Speech Rights w/ Joeylynn Mesaros

Joeylynn Mesaros shares her story of being sued by the Biden White House officials and Democrats under the Ku Klux Klan law of 1871. She and her husband were driving next to the Biden bus during its campaign in 2020 with Trump flags on their truck. The media spread lies about their actions, portraying them as white supremacists and threats to democracy. They are now facing a civil lawsuit where plaintiffs claim emotional damage from their exercise of free speech. Joey Lynn discusses the impact of mainstream media on public perception and the role of influencers in shaping the narrative. She emphasizes the importance of defending free speech rights for all Americans.


Special Guest Nick Searcy

In this conversation, Sarah McAbee interviews Nick Searcy, an actor and filmmaker, about his experiences and perspectives on various topics, including his career in Hollywood, the events of January 6th, and his new autobiography. They discuss the media's portrayal of the January 6th events and the ongoing persecution of individuals involved. They also touch on the corruption in Hollywood and the education system. Nick shares his insights and the importance of speaking out against injustice and standing up for what is right.

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